The popularity of vaping may be tied to more people quitting traditional smoking, a new study finds
Lifestyle changes can make a big difference in fighting "the greatest global challenge for health and social care in the 21st century"
A woman's tweet about a sick day "to focus on my mental health," and her boss's response, spark discussion about depression on the job
A water safety expert says drowning can happen quickly and without the telltale signs you might expect
A new study highlights common sunscreen mistakes; here's expert advice on how to lower your risk for skin cancer
A small but growing community is trying to raise awareness of pancreatic cancer as doctors struggle to make progress
Before you or your child heads into surgery, check this advice to help reduce the risk of addiction to prescription pain meds
Obesity rates in America have been rising, but some states are worse than others
New report looks at the number of adolescents having sex and whether or not they use contraception
A new report from the American Heart Association aims to set the record straight in the long-running debate over the healthiest fats
You're never too young to start taking care of your brain – and experts say certain dietary habits may help
Dr. Jon LaPook and Dr. Tara Narula discuss top medical stories on "CBS This Morning: Saturday"
The warmer weather brings with it health risks for pets. Here's how to keep them safe
Watch and read: CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook has the latest on how to stay healthy
The latest health news and advice from "CBS This Morning" medical contributor Dr. Tara Narula
"I feel great, you know. Normal as — normal, whatever normal is"
Actress opened up about her health struggles in latest issue of Vanity Fair
The controversial step, using a technique called CRISPR, is aimed toward someday helping babies avoid inherited diseases
New research looks at the impact of starting weight on how well bariatric surgery patients fare a year later
Order comes after Charlie Gard's parents, hospital disagreed on what should happen to infant
New research finds people feel more satisfied with their lives if they spend a little extra cash this way
As amendments to the Senate health care bill continue to fail, there appears to be one version that could squeak through
Ohio's John Kasich and Nevada's Brian Sandoval among group of governors urging Senate to reject proposal
The video went viral, and months later their mom received a life-saving transplant
Republicans needed a simple majority, 51 votes, rather than a supermajority to pass it because they were using the budget reconciliation process
Experts say many people suffering from eating disorders don't "recognize themselves in the depictions they see in film and television"
Judge says he will decide where Charlie Gard goes unless parents, hospital reach agreement
In a conversation on "CBS This Morning," Dr. David Agus spoke about the concern of CTE affecting football players of all ages.
The work is part of a controversial pursuit aimed at creating custom-made DNA codes to be inserted into living cells to change how they function, or even provide a treatment for diseases
The continued decline raises concerns about male fertility, and also male health in general, researchers say
By putting people's hearts under extreme pressure, Ryan Burke believes he can retrain their brains
The widow of slain New York City Detective Wenjian Liu gives birth to their child more than two years after his death
GOP leaders' efforts to deliver a "clean repeal" lacked key support in order to pass
Tuesday's proposal required 60 votes instead of the 51 votes allowed under reconciliation
Brain training games tout cognitive benefits such as improved memory, brain speed and attention -- but a new report challenges those claims
Study finds widespread evidence of chronic traumatic encephalopathy, or CTE, a brain disease linked with repeated head blows
11-month-old infant's parents have already dropped long legal battle to get him experimental treatment
Two women, once strangers living in the same town, are now connected for life
The House is currently scheduled to go on recess at the end of the week for the month of August and not return until September
"Unfortunately, we're in an era now where, with the internet, people with fringe views like this can gain the upper hand"
Senate will first vote Tuesday on motion to proceed to the House-passed bill, and then lawmakers are expected to offer amendments
Jahi McMath, 13, was declared brain dead in 2013 after complications from routine tonsillectomy but kin say she still moves slightly on occasion